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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by dgrs2, Feb 25, 2012.
Ain't I the lucky one
please.... with a physique like mine, it should be illegal to have clothes on it! :eek1
Boy did I open up a can :eek1
Hey Wait a minute .. who Photo shopped that dudes Face onto my Photo? My wife finds out she's gonna be pissed!!
And all this time we've been friends and you never showed me how sexy you really are,, You bitch!!!
WOW I don't know if I should loose my cookies or LMAO
I believe I have a great road trip planned for the big bike clan. Those who rode with us two years ago will remember our trip north to the red-rocks and beyond . Looks like we will be hitting the first part of that ride as a carbon copy, then heading south via some new roads n sites . This will again involve asphalt , and dirt roads. should be back at camp by 4-5 pm if we start at 9 am sat morning . More later .
That was a great ride. Especially the off camber, decreasing radius, up hill turn. With a blind spot.
In really looking forward to what you have in store for us
He's got this
Are you still looking forward to it Oh and beer he has lots of that to go with it
That right there is some really off camber turns. I think I just threw up in my mouth a little.
A little lol....
Hey guys, is there a page with general info about the scheduled rides? I bought a dual sport last year and have only ridden it off-road a couple times in the pine barrens. I think I would be more interested in/comfortable with a dual sport ride rather than strictly challenging off-road terrain.
Also, will anyone be riding up from Bucks or Montgomery county? I don't own a trailer, so if I decide to register, I'd be riding my bike to JT and would love company for the trip.
I'm thinking of going up but it will be a couple of weeks be for I find if I have the time off
I tow my bike up on my trailer I just have too much junk to pile on the bike.
I can squeeze another on if I go .
Can you send me a copy of the file?
It's not sand. It's a lot of rock and hills, not to hard but it is if your new to it.. You may be better off on the road ride they do hit some dirt and it's still a good time.. JT is more about the people then the ride tho the off road can be a kicker
I'll touch base with you Mark, as soon as I do the final route.
If your going to pre ride it let me know.
BIG Bike ride is finished and here are some highlights.. Boulder Field at Hickory Run State Park, Grotto Pizza (Lunch) at Harvey's Lake North of Wilkesbarre , (DIRT road thu the Red Rocks Area, Back Mountain ) stop at the Ice Lake, Ricketts Glen State Park, Check out the water falls, continue to Bloomsburg and Knoebels Grove for a break, snack and drink OR an amusement ride, Off to the Coal region, for Mt Carmel, and the true SMOKIN HOLE, Centralia, then Ashland, Shenandoah, MaHanoy City and Barnsville , Locust Lake and Tamaqua, Return to Jim Thorpe VIA the Owl Creek Road into historic down town Jim Thorpe, and probably a stop at the Deck for a post ride imbibe. We are in the neighborhood of 200+ miles of riding that day.. ALL good FUN.
OF course there will be an evening run to Heisler's Dairy Farm for fresh made icecream.